To deliver a hassle-free and convenient web browsing and searching, the Aquinas University of Legazpi website makes use of the Google Custom Search Engine (CSE) function. This service gives you the best possible results in no time hence making your visit in this site a lot more worthwhile. The tips given below will help you garner more relevant Google search results.
- Delete the drop-down list of my past searches
- Find what I'm looking for with a Google search
- Use Google to find someone I've lost touch with
- Limit my search results to pages from a specific country or domain
- Restrict my results by date
- Restrict my search results to U.S. sites
- Does Google support wildcard searches?
- Does Google have a dictionary feature?
- Can I use the images I find through Google Images?
- Why can't I find my search terms on some of the pages in my search results?
- How does Google's spell checker work?
- Can I get stock information using Google?
- How does Google's query suggestion feature work?
- What's the "Usage Rights" advanced search feature?
How does Google Accessible Search work?
Accessible Search is an early Google Labs product designed to identify and prioritize search results that are more easily usable by blind and visually impaired users. Regular Google search helps you find a set of documents that is most relevant to your tasks. Accessible Search goes one step further by helping you find the most accessible pages in that result set.
Accessible Search is a natural and important extension of Google's overall mission to better organize the world's information and make it universally accessible. Google Accessible Search is designed to help the visually impaired find the most relevant, useful and comprehensive information, as quickly as possible.
How does Google Suggest work?
As you type into the search box, Google Suggest guesses what you're typing and offers suggestions in real time. This is similar to Google's "Did you mean?" feature that offers alternative spellings for your query after you search, except that it works in real time. For example, if you type "bass," Google Suggest might offer a list of refinements that include "bass fishing" or "bass guitar." Similarly, if you type in only part of a word, like "prog," Google Suggest might offer you refinements like "programming," "programming languages," "progesterone," or "progressive." You can choose one by scrolling up or down the list with the arrow keys or mouse.
Source: Google Labs
What is an Advanced Search?
The Advanced Search feature in this website helps its visitors find a match for their searches that has very definite criteria. The choices you need to select only apply to the current search.
The Advanced Search provide options such as search all these words, this exact wording or phrase, one or more of these words,restrict searches for unwanted words, etc.. This would help you look for the specific item you are looking for. You can use as many options as possible to get the desired result. Remember that the more restrictions you set on your results, fewer results are gained.
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